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I LOVED it.

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[ Edited by Sports_Pay on Jan 15, 2012 at 2:02 AM ]
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

-1

Sorry bro i don't like your medicine this time
In fact as a pro CB Eric D saw right away that Vernon D would be open
listen carefully at this
http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD
First : at 00:02 sec Eric wants to say something but he let Ted finish his sentence
Second : at 00:10 sec he says he's got him BEFORE Vernon catches the TD and before the crowd's reaction. That's an helluva call before it happens.
Third : at 00:45 he explains he was watching for Davis all the way from the moment they lined up at the line of scrimmage
This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.
Plus the excitement in between. I like it. Not as good as starkey for TO's catch but pretty decent.
Originally posted by 49Fever:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

-1

Sorry bro i don't like your medicine this time
In fact as a pro CB Eric D saw right away that Vernon D would be open
listen carefully at this
http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD
First : at 00:02 sec Eric wants to say something but he let Ted finish his sentence
Second : at 00:10 sec he says he's got him BEFORE Vernon catches the TD and before the crowd's reaction. That's an helluva call before it happens.
Third : at 00:45 he explains he was watching for Davis all the way from the moment they lined up at the line of scrimmage
This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.
Plus the excitement in between. I like it. Not as good as starkey for TO's catch but pretty decent.


The Saints fans are probably complaining about Vernon's "dirty" hit on Harper as he caught the ball.
I thought it was genuine.....

Captured the moment perfectly
Originally posted by 49Fever:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

-1

Sorry bro i don't like your medicine this time
In fact as a pro CB Eric D saw right away that Vernon D would be open
listen carefully at this
http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD
First : at 00:02 sec Eric wants to say something but he let Ted finish his sentence
Second : at 00:10 sec he says he's got him BEFORE Vernon catches the TD and before the crowd's reaction. That's an helluva call before it happens.
Third : at 00:45 he explains he was watching for Davis all the way from the moment they lined up at the line of scrimmage
This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.
Plus the excitement in between. I like it. Not as good as starkey for TO's catch but pretty decent.

This, he saw it before it happened. I can't stop watching the replay. Alex pulled a Steve Young and Joe Montana in a span of 3 - 4 minutes.
f**king awesome!!!
Originally posted by SFTifoso:
I wish I could listen to the KNBR broadcast while watching the game, but here in L.A. all we get is the Westwood coverage.

You could listen to it online at knbr.com I have it as an App on my iPhone too.
I had to listen to 90% of the game on the radio. Had to work.

That call on the winning TD was CLASSIC.

I has yelling & got so chocked up just listening to it on the radio. I got to see The Catch LIVE , The Catch2 on TV and now The Catch3 ?? on the radio
Originally posted by gamechanger:
Originally posted by 49Fever:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

-1

Sorry bro i don't like your medicine this time
In fact as a pro CB Eric D saw right away that Vernon D would be open
listen carefully at this
http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD
First : at 00:02 sec Eric wants to say something but he let Ted finish his sentence
Second : at 00:10 sec he says he's got him BEFORE Vernon catches the TD and before the crowd's reaction. That's an helluva call before it happens.
Third : at 00:45 he explains he was watching for Davis all the way from the moment they lined up at the line of scrimmage
This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.
Plus the excitement in between. I like it. Not as good as starkey for TO's catch but pretty decent.

This, he saw it before it happened. I can't stop watching the replay. Alex pulled a Steve Young and Joe Montana in a span of 3 - 4 minutes.

"CAN YOU FEEL CANDLESTICK! "


The old gal still has some magic left. Yet another classic Stick moment.


  • Lifer
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Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

Yes, yes, highly unprofessional...

But if you're a 49er fan and that doesn't make your hair stand on end, then you better call 911, my friend, because you don't have a pulse anymore.
Originally posted by Lifer:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Eric Davis, COME ON MAN! learn when to control ur emotions/stfu

Yes, yes, highly unprofessional...

But if you're a 49er fan and that doesn't make your hair stand on end, then you better call 911, my friend, because you don't have a pulse anymore.

It's the regional home town broadcast and the color guy is a former Niner. Considering the hugeness (is that a word) of the moment I think it was perfectly acceptable.
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
listened to it multiple times already

http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD

Thanks so much for that link bro
I thought Moose and where you looking Albert did a nice job with it.
Originally posted by 49Fever:
-1

Sorry bro i don't like your medicine this time
In fact as a pro CB Eric D saw right away that Vernon D would be open
listen carefully at this
http://www.nfl.com/videos/san-francisco-49ers/09000d5d82600724/QB-Smith-to-TE-Davis-14-yd-pass-TD
First : at 00:02 sec Eric wants to say something but he let Ted finish his sentence
Second : at 00:10 sec he says he's got him BEFORE Vernon catches the TD and before the crowd's reaction. That's an helluva call before it happens.
Third : at 00:45 he explains he was watching for Davis all the way from the moment they lined up at the line of scrimmage
This guy obviously knows what he's talking about.
Plus the excitement in between. I like it. Not as good as starkey for TO's catch but pretty decent.


You are of course entitled to your opinion and approval of the call.

Your above arguments are valid, but again as I've stated Eric Davis for his own sake should take the lesson that, had Vernon Davis NOT made that catch (God forbid), then Eric would've sounded like a complete fool.

A seasoned color commentator, despite his personal ties to his former team, rarely makes these emotional gaffes as well as steps on his colleague's toes. Like I've said Eric will learn from this, and just like Harbaugh preaches to the Niners-- the more Eric sees his shortcomings and what he needs to work on, the better a commentator he'll be down the line.

It's ED's first season with Ted, it was the first Niners playoff win in NINE years, and not least of all it was an emotional historic, memorable game for the ages-- all these factors of course funneled into those 5 seconds would make any of us put in that sidekick broadcaster role to in all likeliness make the same forgiveable faux pas Eric made. I'll forgive him since we all make mistakes, but I also hope Eric develops and learns from his first playoff game (so to speak, he played in plenty of them).
[ Edited by Dr_Bill_Walsh on Jan 15, 2012 at 7:54 AM ]
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Your arguments are valid, but again as I've stated Eric Davis for his own sake should take the lesson that, had Vernon Davis NOT made that catch (God forbid), then Eric would've sounded like a complete fool.

A seasoned color commentator, despite his personal ties to his former team, rarely makes these emotional gaffes as well as steps on his colleague's toes. Like I've said Eric will learn from this, and just like Harbaugh preaches to the Niners-- the more Eric sees his shortcomings and what he needs to work on, the better a commentator he'll be down the line.

It's ED's first season with Ted, it was the first Niners playoff win in NINE years, and not least of all it was an emotional historic, memorable game for the ages-- all these factors of course funneled into those 5 seconds would make any of us put in that sidekick broadcaster role to in all likeliness make the same forgiveable faux pas Eric made.

What emotional gaffe?

Saying, "He's got him" is an emotional gaffe?